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the airport commission to execute an other transaction agreement with the federal aviation administration (faa) for the replacement airport traffic control tower and faa offices in the amount not to exceed $79,982,500 and federal funds. supervisor avalos: thank you. colleagues, we had item no. 5 before us last week and mrs. wagner is here today to talk about it. welcome. >> thank you. thank you very much for holding the item from last week until this week so that the legislation required to be heard before was passed back for agreement. the air force is seeking approval of transaction agreements with the federal aviation administration for replacement air traffic control towers. as well as the adoption of the findings related to the tower project. the effort prepares to enter into the scheduled aviation administration 100% reimbursement of the environmental assessment, design, and reconstruction for the replacement tower and faa offices. the item before you today is the funding mechanism that will allow the airport to be reimbursed for all the agreed upon costs, ultimately to be owned and oper
agreement with the federal aviation administration (faa) for the replacement airport traffic control tower and faa offices in the amount not to exceed $79,982,500 and retroactively accept and expend federal funds. supervisor avalos: thanks for sticking with us. thank you, mr. young. i am told that this item has a companion piece that is not quite ready yet, we would like a motion to continue it for one week to next wednesday's meeting. without objection? ok. that you very much. mr. clerk, item number four, please. >> item #4, ordinance authorizing the san francisco department of public works to implement an alternative bid process for construction trade packages and to award contracts for construction services, for the renovation of and capital improvements to the moscone convention center. supervisor avalos:? told that we have a small technical amendment for this? >> yes, -- i am told that we have a small technical amendment for this? >> yes, the middle initial is s. supervisor avalos: we will make that change in the resolution to the ordinance and we assume that that is not substantive.
with the federal aviation administration for replacement air traffic control towers. as well as the adoption of the findings related to the tower project. the effort prepares to enter into the scheduled aviation administration 100% reimbursement of the environmental assessment, design, and reconstruction for the replacement tower and faa offices. the item before you today is the funding mechanism that will allow the airport to be reimbursed for all the agreed upon costs, ultimately to be owned and operated by the faa. any contract meeting the approval threshold set forth would ultimately need to be approved by the board. today, simply is that the funding mechanism allows for reimbursement on the project 100%. the department of city planning has determined that the project is within the scope of the master plan for ram and that no further environmental analysis is needed. i have with me today the air for deputy director, the project manager on this. he can answer any questions you have about the tower replacement project. supervisor avalos: great, thank you very much. let's just hear about th
? without objection, the resolution is adopted. >> item ten is an agreement with the federal aviation administration with replacement of the tower and faa offices, retroactively expending funds. president chiu: same house, same call? this resolution is adopted. >> this is related to the air traffic control replacement project at san francisco international airport. president chiu: this resolution is adopted. >> item 12 on the findings of recommendations contained in the grand jury report. supervisor elsbernd: i will not be supporting this resolution today, and i would like to explain why. the responses that have come from various departments are very technical, berry accurate. the response of the board, this resolution largely makes its own, i believe, it sweeps the problem under the rug. it does not accept the fact that we have a serious problem looming over the next few years. when we get to it, we will look at issues. there is nothing real here that says, yes, we have a problem, here is what we're going to do. the thing that exemplifies the point i try to make, this has the followi
approved yet by the federal aviation administration. >> sounds weird. >> get up on that saddle. >> talk about tight in a airplane, this is a tight race. >> well, it is the morning after the primary and we still don't know who the winner is. why it is going to take a few days before the results are finalized. >> plus the results are still coming in for the race for baltimore county executive. find out who is in the lead right now. >> gas we know is expensive. how you can help police find the people who are just taking it. >> we have ourselves a clear, quiet morning. some dealing with patchy fog. it is clear in downtown baltimore. reporting 55 degrees so a little bit of a nip in the air. by the way, three active storms in the tropics. we'll show you that in a minute. >> that earlier accident on the key bridge has been cleared. we have an accident in pikeville. that will affect you this morning. we'll have a complete look at traffic when good morning maryland returns after this. my commute home to the eastern shore every night only takes an hour but that's more time than congress spends re
be released about how long airline pilots can remain on duty without arrest. the federal aviation administration is expected to make the announcement during a news conference today. the proposal follows concerns that pilot fatigue was a contributing factor in a crash last year in buffalo, new york that killed 50 people. airlines have questioned how much new restrictions could cost them. current rules limit pilots to a 16-hour day and eight hours of flight time within 24 hours. >>> a controversial video game has been banned for sales at naval base stores. ea warns there's blood, strong violence and violence in the latest medal of honor game. but it's causing an uproar because it allows players to become taliban fighters who become american troops. >> it's kind of messed up. >> i might get it. >> it just is pretty much just a video game. >> e a's president says the game was a creative risk but the company is standing by its product. >>> a new study shows that hospitals need to build trust with the african-american community to boost their blood supply. the study looked at reasons wh
. >>> the government is proposing new work rules for airline pilots to improve safety. federal aviation administration wants to keep pilots from getting too tired. pilots would not be able to work longer than 13 hours in a 24-hour period. but pilots who start work early in the day could fly up to ten hours. >>> on the cbs moneywatch, stocks start on an upbeat note. good morning to you. >> and good morning to you. asian markets got a nice boost from positive news out of china, the nikkei gaining nearly 1% to close at a three-week high. the hang seng also higher. wall street will try to re-start its september rally. investors get the latest this week on retail sales inflation and consumer sentiment. last week stocks edged up after a string of reports eased fears of a double-dip recession. >>> banks face tougher requirements to protect from another economic downturn. sunday global regulators agreed to force banks to more than triple the money they have in reserve to cushion them from unexpected losses. officials call the new rules a significant step toward heading off another financial collapse. the bank
of the bodies are still inside the plane. the federal aviation administration says the plane crashed just 30 seconds after taking off from nearby san paulo airport. >>> a group of boaters stranded are safe this evening after a long night in the water. there boat ran out of gas last night and sending people on board were stranded near the islands. the group had children aged three to mac 24 years old. they could not reach the boaters because of rocks in shallow water but remained on the scene and this morning 18 and a specialized boat was able to rescue seven people and bring them back to shore. no one was hurt. >>> the national planned parenthood organization is parting ways with the bay area's golden gate chapter under the possibility of a federal probe into allegations of financial mismanagement created christien kafton with the manager and he has our report. >> reporter: planned parenthood's national organization strips the golden gate chapter of affiliation for financial and administrative reasons administrators here do not want to talk on camera but golden gate community health interim
on recent federal aviation administration recommendations that include limiting flight duty time from 16 to 13 hours and increasing the amount of rest time between shifts. >>> and singer susan boyle will serenade the pope as part of the pontiff's celebration of mass in scotland. >>> all day long, you can stay on top of the very latest developments in those stories and others as they break on msnbc. and tonight be sure to watch brian williams with nbc "nightly news." >>> and, finally, here's a look at what's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. the president of iran sits down for an exclusive one-on-one interview. >>> and madman star john hand stops by studio 1a to talk about his new film. >>> now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports and more. i'm lynn berry. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. the day today on your nbc station. have a good one. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
without rest. the department of transportation and the federal aviation administration expected to make that announcement during a news conference in d.c. this follows concerns that pilots were a contributing factor in a crash in buffalo, new york, in 2009 that killed 50 people. airlines have lobbying the d.o.t. to consider how much new restrictions would cost them. pilots are limited to a 16-hour day and eight hours of flight time during a 24-hour period. >> the team now, 5:11, 61 degrees on tv hill. coming up -- the morning's business news in the blood vessel business report. >> a toys r us, we'll have the latest on the popular toy chain in this morning's consumer alert. >> 795 remains shut down for accident clean-up. we'll have the latest on that. [ male announcer ] itchy dry scalp? get selsun blue for itchy dry scalp. strong itch-fighters target scalp itch while 5 moisturizers leave hair healthy. selsun blue. got a clue? get the blue. >> the good news is we made it to another friday. >> yes, purple friday. >> and purple friday at that. bad news, there is a major accident. >> there i
. the it in hit the is asking the federal aviation administration to require children under the age of 2 to be in separate seats and restrained. >> to think of a brand new infant that's, 6 weeks old that's silly to tell them that they have to be in a seat by themselves. >> parents we talked with say they don't like the idea by but the ntsb says it's safety first. using a march 2009 crash of a overloaded plan in montana as emphasis. while all 14 people on board the 10-seater plane died investigators say four of the children were flown a good distance from that plane. >> i don't understand the argument that it's not safe to have the kids in the seat. i understand, that it might annoy people who don't have kids that you have too many people in a row. >> parents say the rule could be a problem for new moms as infants need to be nursing during landing to help with the pressure on their ears. and what about the pressure on their wallets? >> you wouldn't be able to afford to go as often because you'd have to pay for a full-priced seat for a baby. it's already expensive. >> i wouldn't fly. i'd h
. lewis apologized in the moments before her execution. >>> federal aviation administration is blame ago near miss over minneapolis on air traffic control errors. u.s. airway jet is the yellow line in the animation. red line is a cargo plane took off on parallel runway at almost the same time. planes were in thick cloud cover and didn't see each other a but came so close that the u.s. air pilot could hear the cargo plane catch him. >> the guy off the west side. >> minneapolis departure at contact looks like possibly straight out. >> okay. we just had we just we heard the guy go by. >>reporter: investigators say the planes were between 50 to 100 feet apart. faa says the air traffic controller incorrectly told the u.s. airway pilot to turn when he shouldn't have. >> awfully close. all right let's focus on the forecast warm weather around here. >> sandy here now with a look at what is ahead for us. sandy. >> you are going to feel the fall let as we head towards the weekend. today was certainly warmer. places like livermore up 15 degrees. 85 there. 79 in san jose. 74 for san fra
there is no evidence of a flaw. >>> the federal aviation administration has begun an investigation of an american pilot accused of being intoxicated. ditch police say they arrested the 52-year-old delta airlines pilot yesterday in the cockpit after getting an anonymous tip. according to police, his blood level was just above the legal limit in the netherlands. delta continued the flight on -- flight on but they suspended the pilot. >>> it's never hanked before -- happened before. reggie bush is forfeiting the heisman trophy he won after playing against usc. this comes after he and his family received hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gifts. >>> the pipeline disaster in san bruno is a disaster for one giants' star. the mother of pablo sandoval had to be -- had to be evacuated. >> translator: everything is fine. everything is fine. nothing was destroyed. >> we can't imagine the heartache and the travail people have been going through. >> the giants donated $3 for every -- of every ticket sold in last night's game against the dodgers. >>> 7:49. new report is out on foreclosures in the bay area. fi
to do it. >> this is the head of the federal aviation administration. >> they're big, heavy machines coming in today. and they need to be accommodated if the airport is going to keep up. >> we're living off the investments that our parents and grandparents made. >> reporter: the utilities below, well, they were built back when this place was called friendship international. >> in this ground here at bwi, the storm drainage, some of the conduit work, was here when president truman dedicated the airport in 1950. >> it was here that they got to rebuild this part of the airport. we got the money because the feds asked this question. >> what was your contribution, you know, to the national transportation system? this airport continues heavily. as a matter of fact, this airport grew last year. >> transportation builds the base for our future economy. we need to make the investments today, like our parents and grandparents did for their children and grandchildren. >> reporter: in some places, it will be over 2 feet thick. better drapage means-- drainage means it will be better. 40 jobs were
, everyone. federal aviation administration is trying to impose new rules for pilot fatigue. the changes would double the amount of rest a pilot must have between flights. >> reporter: the crash near buffalo last year took 50 lives and revealed serious safety issues, including tired pilots. in this case, a crew that commuted long distances to work. and did not get enough rest before climbing into the cockpit. the new rules, for the first time, call on airlines to consider a pilot's commute in drawing up schedules. and they dramatically alter how many hours pilots can work. >> we think this took too long. but it certainly didn't take as long as other administrations took, which didn't do a dang thing. >> reporter: currently, pilots must have eight hours off a day, for rest. but that includes time to get to a hotel, eat a meal and return. meaning they might get four hours of sleep or less. under a new rule, pilots must be scheduled for nine hours of actual rest time. currently, pilots can be scheduled to work a 16-hour day, regardless of whether that means working in the middle of the nigh
and certified first by the federal aviation administration before the airline go can roll it out and jet blue has tv and not wi- fi yet. >>> today is the first day of fall and doesn't feel like it out there. gary is back to tell us when cooler weather will come our way. >>> and tonight, shining the spotlight on the local man who helped make the first lady and oprah look flawless. >>> and cleavage controversy. why sesame street is giving this popular singer the boot. we'll be right back. a right here in this neighborhood, i grew up learning strong families and hard work means opportunity. and that starts with good schools. it's a tradition here in maryland-- and why in these tough times i've put education first. we've made record investments in our classrooms... doubled the number of charter schools... and we've frozen college tuition for four years in a row. and it's working. experts say we now have the number one schools in the nation. when it comes to expanding opportunity in every neighborhood, i know that we must do even better. four years ago, bob ehrlich got fired as governor
all of their investments. >>> the federal aviation administration plans to change the rules for rest periods. the goal is to prevent crashes from pilot fatigue. currently they are required to have eight hours of rest between shifts but the clock starts when the pilots leave the plane. some pilots point out it takes time to get out of the airport and check into a hotel. now the faa wants to change the rule to require nine hours of rest with the clock starting when the pilot reaches the hotel. >>> coming up on news4 at 4:00, a river of mud consumes a town square in italy. we have new pictures from the scene. >>> and the situation, petition denied. we'll tell you hue shunne >>> what a gorgeous day. just as you predicted. >> suddenly it just came in and looked a little threatening but it wasn't anything. >> not threatening at all. these are low to mid level clouds today. they just did enough to help keep the temperatures down and make it feel a little bit cooler out there as well. this morning, around 9:00, 10:00, it was beautiful. the clouds rolled in. there they are right there across
aviation administration is expected to announce how long airline pilots can remain on duty without rest. the proposal follows concerns that pilot fatigue was a contributing factor in a crash last year that killed 50 people in buffalo. current rules limit pilots to a 16-hour day and eight hours of flight time within 24 hours. >>> iran says it will release one of three american hikers tomorrow. sarah shourd has been detained for more than a year now. she was with shane bower and josh fatal last july when iranian officials say they crossed the border illegally. the country threatened to put they will on trial for spying. they say sarah's release will couincide with the end of ramadan. shourd told her mother she needs help for medical issues, including a lump in her breast. >>> coming up next at 6:30. we're following a pair of developing stories, a fiery explosion is burning everything in sight. find out what sparked it all. >>> one person was killed this >>> tell on earth, a raging inferno in california burning houses and cars and everything else in sight. >> change of heart. why a florida
things up. >> reporter: this is the head of the federal aviation administration. >> the airplanes are heavier. and the footprints of those airplanes needs to be accommodated if the airport is going to keep up. >> we're listening off the transportation investments that our parents and grandparents made. >> reporter: the utilities below, well, they were built back when this place was called friendship international. >> and this ground here at bwi, the storm drainage, some of the conduit work, was here when president truman, dedicated friendship airport in june 1950. >> reporter: so today, it was announced that the airport got $41 million in airport money to rebuild this part of the money. we got the money because the feds asked this question. >> what was your conviction to- - contribution to the national transportation agency. this airport contributed heavily. as a matter of fact, this airport grew last year. >> transportation built the base for this economy. we need to make the investment today, just like our parents and grandparents did, for our children and grandchildren. >> repo
the image of that girl is disturbing. >>> the federal aviation administration is planning to change the rule regarding rest periods for pilots. the goal is to prevent crashes caused by pilot fatigue. right now pilots are required to have eight hours of rest between shifts. and the clock starts when the pilot leaves the plane. some pilots have pointed out, it takes time to get out of the airport and check into a hotel. so the fax wants to change the rule to require nine hours of rest. the clock starting when the pilot reach the hotel. the rule will be open to public comment for 60 days before they take effect. nx if you're getting tired of driving, maybe you would like to own your own plane. the man said he has built an airplane cheaper to operate than a car. the plane is only 19 feet long and has a wing span of 29 feet. the creator said the design is simple and the two engines can be removed to turn the plane into a glider. >> how do you park that sucker on plain street? >> what do you do when you have an engine problem. >> how do you put a boot on it? >> they're going to get their money. >>
. >>> new this morning, the federal aviation administration is finally close to proposing new rules governing the number of hours that airline pilots can work. it's taken the faa 15 months to propose the rules despite promising swift action. lawmakers and industry officials blame the delay on the process of trying to come up with a balance between safety benefits and the cost to the airline industry. the new rules come after the crash of a regional airliner in will western new york in 2009 that killed 50 people. an ntsb investigation found that both pilots on the flight were probably suffering from fatigue, although fatigue wasn't a direct cause of the accident. >>> it is now 6:37. the "today" show is next. let's check in with meredith vieira to see what they're working on for today. good morning to you. >> good morning to you, as well. and coming up this thursday morning on "today," wild weather across texas and the southern plains and the remains of tropical storm hermine. we'll get the latest on that. and then we'll hear from the rev rend of that small florida church that still p
to have the federal aviation administration ease procedures for drone use by the million in domestic skies. >>> dc police have charged a driver with dui after a car struck two women and then an adams morgan restaurant. police say adams hit the victims who were stand hogen a median on wednesday night and then plowed in to the restaurant. one woman is in critical condition. the other suffered serious injuries. the restaurant had closed for the night before the crash. >>> an american held in iran for more than a year could be released tomorrow. that story is coming up. >>> and as the u.s. debates burning the koran, the holiest month in the -- calendar ends today. >>> redskins fans prepare for the biggest game against their biggest >>> hundreds are stranded waiting for help after the latest flash flooding in india. parts of northern and western india have been subjected to the severe flooding that forced neighbors from their homes in pakistan. >>> officials in iran say they will release one of three americans who were hiking in iraq in july of 2009 when the iranian government claims they cross
to the desk. >> the federal aviation administration has launched an investigation of an american pilot accused of being intoxicated. dutch police say they arrested the 52-year-old delta pilot yesterday in the cockpit following an anonymous tip. now according to police his blood alcohol level was just above the legal limit in the netherlands, delta cancelled the flight from amsterdam to newark and suspended the pilot. >>> san francisco park officials are trying to get rid of graffiti and they are testing out a new product on playground equipment. it costs the city an estimated $300,000 to clean up graffiti from pray structures. it goes on like paint and it supposed to make it so smooth it doesn't stick. >> one of the nation's top jockeys is recovering from a devastating fall. doctors say he is paralyzed from the waist down. take a look. he was thrown to the ground last sunday. his horse clipped the heels of another horse. his spinal chord was severed when that 1100 pound horse rolled on top of him. the physician there at the track says that was the worst accident he has ever seen. >> he broke p
was dragging along the runway. the federal aviation administration and the national transpoortation safety board are investigating this. no one was injured. >>> there is a delay in the trial of a accused of 82 becausing his patients. it was scheduled to begin october the 4th but has been re- scheduled for january 10th, 2011. prosecutors say the defense asked for the delay because mr. airs may have dementia or always him es, he faces nine counts of lewd or lascivious conduct with a child under 14. >> they are not afraid of a messy situation, the reason thousands of people headed for bay area beaches and coastlines over the weekend. >> also following the tide of possible california voters getting ready to decide if marijuana should be legalized. >>> welcome back. they are still counting how much trash was picked up in the 26th annual california coastal clean up day. the event drew more than 73,000 volume fears to beaches, lakes and rivers across the state, with 70% of the cleanup sites reporting volunteers picked up more than 841 tons of litter. volunteers in richmond alone pick up 3700. on
on the laps of adults.the national the federal aviation administration to require children under 2 to be in separate seats and restraints.in march of 2009, a 10-seater plane crashed in butte, killing all 14 people aboard, including 7 children.the faa says it will look at the new recommendation. the ntsb has not completed its investigation into the cause of the crash. but the ntsb has released some new information with its latest recommendation, saying that four of the children were thrown far from the >> a bridge toll plaza back up today. back up toward the maze whether traffic in a moment. you can see the different from yesterday. hough definitely need your jackets today. but keeping temperatures and the '60s may be even '70s. different mature by noontime. year highs today toughing out into the '70's may be some 80 is out there. cooling-off to the '60s by this 7:00 p.m. hour. adn said rosa elsewhere in the north staying in the '70s low '70s remote valley 743 novato and along the peninsula keeping it cool their the '60s today. san mateo and san bruno down into the '60s. berkeley 63
development. the federal aviation administration has shut down all air traffic nationwide. this country has been immobilized by these terrorist attacks in terms of air travel today. and we don't know where it goes from here. we'll just ask that you stay with us so that as we get hard information, we can share that with you. there's going to be a lot of speculation. the president has described this apparently as a terrorist attack. the fbi has confirmed that an american airlines flight boston to los angeles was hijacked. it's believed that that was the first plane that went into the twin trade towers. >> let's go to james, the former director of the fbi here in new york. mr. palstrom, i'm sure we've never seen anything like this do you have any information that might be helpful to us? >> atwell, not particular information on this tragedy. but certainly what an incredible tragedy. you know, all of us in law enforcement and prior law enforcement have talked for years, and the public has seen the hatred in the world. they've seen the bombing of the world trade center. they saw the conspiracy to
babies and toddlers sit on adults laps. the decision is up to the federal aviation administration. >>> and that former jetblue flight attendant accused of cursing out a passenger and then sliding down an emergency chute with the beer in hand, he is due in court today. that is steven slater. he will appear in a new york courtroom for a routine hearing on criminal mischief charges. and he is also charged with recklessening dangerment and trespass. last month's incident happened on a plane that had just landed at kennedy airport. his lawyer blames his client's behavior on a passenger's "lack of civility." >>> it's harder than usual to get around france today. there are nationwide strikes and demonstrations to protest president sarkozy's plans to raise france's retirement age from 60 to 62. there are delays for trains and other public transport. airlines have been asked to cut their flights. many people have taken the day off to avoid the gridlock. parliament is debating a plan to overhaul france's money- losing pension system. >> that's not the only strike. over in london, the whole
aviation administration proposing new rules now on how much rest pilots must get. the changes were called for after that deadly plane crash near buffalo, new york a year and a half ago that killed 50 people. >>> 5:48. >>> the only gun shop in san francisco has the go-ahead to re-open and gun opponents in the neighborhood are not pleased. the highbridge arms gun shop closed in february when the owner decided to go wholesale. that didn't work out so he reapplied for a retail license. and the police department approved. opponents say the business doesn't fit in the neighborhood. and they are concerned about crime. the store is required though to beef up security measures and keep its windows free of advertising. >>> do you really want to hear this? the budget for new bay bridge has grown to nearly $2 billion. bridge commissioners added almost $3 million to the original $1.7 billion budget. right now crews crow canyon road would go on the suspension -- cruise are working on the suspension bridge. the extra money will cover more construction work and problems that may arise during the project.
administrator, federal aviation deputy administrator, lifeline and hazardous materials safety administrator. federal railroad administrator. the presence of these leaders today underscores that dot's approach to combating distracted driving is a full-court press from those who provide oversight across every mode of transportation. what all of us involved in this effort have in common today or driven not only by the emperor to to deal with this deadly issue to reach a day were no more families have to go through with some of these victims have endured. but we're also driven by a singular leadership of the man who talks about this issue in every speech he gives, to advocate for the resources and policy to advance our attack on distracted driving. it makes clear to all this that we must all be part of the solution. considering all the progress we have made in the last 12 months under the leadership of secretary lahood, imagine what we can accomplish over the next well. please join me in welcoming the u.s. secretary of transportation, ray lahood. [applause] >> welcome back good morning. what a
for adding that. i appreciate that. 6:48 now. this morning the federal reserve aviation administration is blaming a near miss over minneapolis on air traffic control errors. the u.s. airways jet is the yellow line. the red line is a cargo plane that took off on a parallel runway at almost the same time. the planes were in thick cloud cover and didn't see each other but came so close that the u.s. air pilot could hear the cargo plane pass by. >> you want this cargo on the left side. >> 1848, minneapolis, almost contact possibly straight out. >> okay. we just had -- we heard it go by. >> investigators say the planes were between 50 and 100 feet apart. vertical separation is supposed to be 1,000 feet. the faa says the air traffic controller incorrectly told the u.s. airways pilot to turn when he shouldn't have. >> the berkeley police department is cracking down on cyclists who ignore traffic rules. they issued 19 tickets in two hours yesterday. most of the riders cited did not stop at a stop sign. the police department is trying to reduce the number of injuries on the streets. 129 cyclist
minor injuries were reported. >>> the federal aviation administration proposing new rules to prevent pilot fatigue, a leading cause of air crashes, among the changes shorter flying times for pilots who work at night and longer resting period between workdays but some pilots who fly during the day could spend more time in the cockpit. the new rules would allow airlines to schedule pilots to as much as ten hours of duty, two more hours than permitted right now. >>> and last night in california, more than 100 celebrities turned out in force for the "stand up to cancer" telethon. the fund-raiser was broadcast on all four networks and around the world. stars like musician neil diamond shared their personal stories of hope in the face of the disease. >> i told my mom when she was 75 that she had cancer. she said, i'm going to beat it, and she depend. we just celebrated her 92nd birthday. happy birthday, mom! >> and those are the headlines. it's about 17 minutes past the hour. now, back to chris and rebecca. >> thank you. an amazing broadcast last night, really. now time for a very special
aviation administration located at spokane international airport in spokane, washington, as the ray daves air traffic control tower. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from michigan, mr. schauer, and the gentleman from florida, mr. diaz-balart, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from michigan. the speaker pro tempore: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that -- mr. schauer: i ask all that all members have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous material on h.r. 5591. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. shower: i yield myself such time as -- mr. schauer: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the, without objection. mr. schauer: i -- i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida. mr. diaz-balart: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. diaz-balart: i also rise in support of h.r. 5591, which, as the gentleman has just said, designates the airport traffic c
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